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    • Representation and Textual Analysis
    • What you need to analyse in the exam
      • Mise-en-Scene
      • Sound
      • Editing
      • Camera shots, angles, movement position and composition.
    • Why is analysing Representation important?
      • DOMINANT ‘IDEOLOGIES’
      • Cultural beliefs or a way of looking at things.
      • Often thought of as common sense.
      • Assumptions that aren’t necessarily true.
      • The Media creates and nurtures these ideas creating ‘social myths.’
    • Textual Analysis
      • Literally means analysing text and in our case the text will be a 5 minute clip from a recent British television drama.
      • Ask yourself
      • What lies beneath the text. What ideologies are being created or reinforced?
      • How are they portraying the world and different social groups?
      • How is this reinforced through the techniques used? (mise en scene, camera, editing, sound.)
    • Representation of Social Groups
      • In the exam you will be asked to consider one of the following
      • Age.
      • Gender.
      • Ethnicity.
      • Sexuality.
      • Social Class and Status.
      • Physical Ability/Disability.
      • Regional Identity.
      • This presentation will
      • specifically focus upon stereotypical representations of ethnicity and sexuality.
    • Representations of Ethnicity
      • Ethnicity, like sex, is a set of genetically defined, biological characteristics.
      • However, like gender, it is also associated with a set of culturally defined characteristics.
      • Representations of ethnicity in the media can consist of the same sort of rigid stereotypes that constitute gender portrayal.
    • Representations of Ethnicity
      • Afro/Caribbean Stereotypes
      • Gangster.
      • Fun loving.
      • Athletic.
      • Sexist/Homophobic Males.
      • Materialistic.
      • Hospitable.
      • Impoverished.
      • Involved in drugs (dealing/taking.)
      • Criminal.
      • Victim.
      • Hero
    • Representations of Ethnicity
      • East Asian Stereotypes
      • Intelligent.
      • Hard working.
      • Determined.
      • Sinister.
      • Martial arts.
      • Obsessed with electronics.
      • Quirky.
      • Physically weak.
      • Ruthless.
      • Lacking emotion.
      • Submissive women.
    • Representations of Ethnicity
      • Latin American Stereotypes
      • Lazy.
      • Uneducated.
      • Easy going.
      • Impoverished.
      • Hedonistic.
      • Ridiculed.
      • Illegal aliens.
      • Involved in drugs (dealing/taking.)
      • ‘ Exotic’ sex symbols (Antonio Banderez, Jennifer Lopez, Salma Hayek, Shakira).
    • Representations of Ethnicity
      • Middle Eastern/ South Asian/ Arabic Stereotypes
      • Terrorists.
      • Devout.
      • Glamorous.
      • Educated.
      • Oppressed females.
      • Religious fanatics.
      • Sophisticated and Cultured.
      • Formidable.
      • Serious.
      • Cruel/brutal.
      • Victims.
      • Villains.
    • Representations of Ethnicity
      • White British/American/European Stereotypes
      • Affluent.
      • Educated.
      • Socially awkward.
      • Restrained.
      • Moral.
      • Rational.
      • Arrogant.
      • Repressed.
      • Neurotic.
      • Racist.
    • Representations of Sexuality
      • Important points to consider
      • Gender closely ties in with sexuality.
      • Sexuality is often expressed through physical means ; clothes, props, setting, acting.
      • Understanding how a particular character’s gender is constructed will help you analyse how their sexuality is being represented.
      • How is sexuality constructed in terms of:
      • Heterosexuality ?
      • Homosexuality ?
    • Representations of Sexuality
      • Heterosexual Stereotypes (Female)
      • Loving.
      • Loyal.
      • Vulnerable.
      • Monogamous.
      • Sexually available.
      • Seductive.
      • Frigid.
      • Virginal/naive.
      • Deviant (‘gold digger’, ‘pregnant teen’, ‘Cougar’‘ femme fatale’.)
    • Representations of Sexuality
      • Heterosexual Stereotypes (Male)
      • Promiscuous.
      • Physically and mentally strong.
      • ‘ Ladies Man’, ‘Heart Throb.’
      • Aggressive.
      • Sensitive ‘New Man’.
      • Lazy.
      • Competitive.
      • Irresponsible.
      • Misogynist.
      • Awkward.
      • Selfish.
    • Representation of Sexuality
      • Homosexual Stereotypes (Female.)
      • Monogamous.
      • Feisty.
      • Loyal.
      • ‘ In the closet.’
      • Humourless.
      • Politically radical.
      • Confrontational.
      • Plain/unattractive.
      • Sincere.
      • Feminist.
      • Erotic.
    • Representations of Sexuality
      • Homosexual Stereotypes (Male)
      • Promiscuous.
      • Sensitive.
      • Caring.
      • Funny.
      • Supportive.
      • ‘ In the closet.’
      • Flamboyant.
      • Superficial.
      • Overbearing.
      • Loud.
      • ‘ Bitchy’.